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Edward Grange

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Corker Binning

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Position

Edward Grange is recognised as a leader in the field of extradition law and has extensive experience in defending requested persons in extradition proceedings.

In addition to his extradition practice, Edward is engaged in advising on a variety of criminal litigation matters, particularly in the business crime arena, and continues to advise individuals under investigation by the SFO, HMRC and FCA. 

Edward has provided advice and representation to individuals facing extradition to a wide range of jurisdictions such as the Republic of the Gambia, United Arab Emirates, the Ukraine, the Russian Federation, the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Peru and India. Edward has had conduct of hundreds of European Arrest Warrant cases from almost every EU state.
Recent case highlights include advising an individual sought on one of the first extradition requests from Ecuador and successfully re-opening an extradition appeal resulting in the court allowing the appeal and discharging his client.

Edward’s expertise in extradition law was recognised by the House of Lords Extradition Law Committee in October 2014 when he was called upon to give oral evidence to the Committee. Edward’s evidence featured prominently in the Committee’s report published in March 2015.
Edward is the co-author of ‘Extradition Law: A Practitioner’s Guide’, now in its second edition, that is published by Legal Action Group. He is the Chair of the Defence Extradition Lawyers Forum and a member of Fair Trials Legal Experts Advisory Panel (LEAP), the European Criminal Bar Association and the Fraud Lawyers Association. He also regularly advises foreign lawyers on Extradition matters.

Career

Trainee solicitor Sonn Macmillan Walker (2005-2007); admitted 2007; Associate Hodge Jones & Allen LLP 2012; Senior Associate 2014; Partner Corker Binning 2015. 

Member

Edward Grange is the Chair of the Defence Extradition Lawyers’ Forum and a member of Fair Trials Legal Experts Advisory Panel (LEAP), the European Criminal Bar Association and the Fraud Lawyers Association. He also regularly advises foreign lawyers on Extradition matters.

Education

Hills Road VI Form College, Cambridge; University of Wales, Bangor (BA 1999-2002); BPP Law School (Graduate Diploma in Law 2004, LPC (Distinction) 2005).


London: Crime, fraud and licensing

Crime: general

Within: Crime: general

Pre-eminent boutiqueCorker Binning acts in matters of possession and supply of drugs, grievous bodily harm, contempt of court, sexual offences, manslaughter, murder and extradition. It often acts for high-profile clients such as businessmen, politicians, sports stars, celebrities and journalists. The team is led by ‘down to earth and pragmaticRobert Brown, he is supported by the ‘astoundingly good, dedicated, hugely experienced, and extremely brightAndrew Smith and Edward Grange. A recent work highlight included acting for Vladimir Bukovsky, a Russian dissident and Vladimir Putin critic who is on trial for possession and creation of indecent images of children.

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